Daniel Galef

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Daniel Galef collects counterfeit coins and lives on the edge of a mountain with his cat Carson, who is also a poet. These are part of the series Imaginary Sonnets based on the 1888 collection of the same title—verse monologues each from the point of view of a different historical figure or literary character. Previous Imaginary Sonnets have been published in Measure, the Lyric, Philosophy Now, the Christian Century, Arion, Ars Medica, J Journal, Snakeskin, Gingerbread House, Volare, and the Scrivener Creative Review. He also writes short stories and plays and is listed in the dictionary under the word “interfaculty,” which means “gullible.” He’s twenty-four, so hire him for something.